time for a changeWelcome to Lobsters & Lettuce website. This site was originally built for a food festival that took place in Bundoran in 2012. It was personally paid for at the time and since then so I thought it might be an idea to actually use the site.

My name is Tracy Ferguson and I managed Lobsters and Lettuce in 2012. Since that time, things have changed for me and the festival is no more. Obviously life goes on, and since September 2012 I’ve had the incredible privilege of working with festivals and groups all across the north west and midlands of Ireland. I’ll talk a bit more about that over time. Due to Lobsters and Lettuce, I’ve been in and out of what I might term artisan and slow food marketing and I’ve been invited to do restaurant reviews.

So, time for a change…

Basically, I’m a private person. I’m also a realist and utterly fed up with seeing sites that only present the best aspect of any situation. This change for the site has been on my mind for quite a while now. What I’d like to do is post up 2-3 times a week about things that occur to me. I don’t know yet if themes will develop or it’s going to be a bit of a pot pourri. I’m experimenting with this site and I keep up to date with the latest articles about social media so if you see something that’s not on trend please be assured that I am aware, I’m just kicking the traces. This is not a site to promote myself, it’s just for fun. The photos above represent aspects of my life and work from 1988 to date and are nothing to do with either lobsters or lettuce!

Thanks for checking in and hopefully you’ll find something of interest to you over the next while. All constructive and positive comments welcome.

To get started I’m going to issue a series of posts about a road trip I took to Italy last year.




10 Responses to Home

  1. Conor Bofin says:

    The very best of luck with the festival. We were up that way last year while tracking down my ancestors in Sligo. It’s a beautiful part of the world.

  2. Dara says:

    Great to see you promoting our food and shellfish. We don’t eat enough local seafood so well done in promoting it. See you all there!

  3. Janine says:

    Fantastic to see this happening, it’s an inspiration! The very best of luck with it and really hope the weather is kind to you, can’t wait to see the photos.

  4. Good luck hope all goes well,great idea and great location.

  5. Denise Lee says:

    l had a brillant time at the festival

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